The Qatari ambassador to Germany, Abdulrahman al-Khulaifi, officially opened Qatar Tourism Authority’s (QTA) pavilion at International Tourism Bourse (ITB) Berlin 2016, Europe’s biggest travel show.
The pavilion showcases Qatar’s tourism accommodation options with many leading international and local hotel brands exhibiting their Qatar properties. These include Ezdan, Four Seasons, Grand Heritage, InterContinental, Melia, Ritz-Carlton, Sheraton, The Torch, Wyndham Grand Regency and Warwick, as well as the Al Rayyan Hospitality group.
Top tour operators and destination management companies also joined QTA at the exhibition, including Arabian Adventures, FAL Travelmart, Qatar International Adventures and Travel Designer.
“The introduction of the new Qatar destination brand to Berlin is a milestone in our drive to establish Qatar among the world’s top premium destinations,” said Rashed al-Qurese, chief marketing and promotions officer, QTA.
“Collectively, the Qatar delegation at ITB will provide trade visitors with a comprehensive insight into Qatar as a destination and its many
attractions,” he noted.
Al-Qurese believes that the wide range of hotels and other tourism suppliers offer an effective ‘one-stop shop’ for conducting business with Qatar’s tourism sector.
ITB Berlin, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary, continues until March 13. The annual trade show has attracted around 10,000 exhibitors from 187 countries and territories this year, exhibiting the latest products and trends in global tourism.
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